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to indianapolis and along much of ast st.it'si >> , wha with the yellow variety, there was plenty to spread around in sin. nue tin in middleton in celebration of national mustard day over the weekend. everyone got a chance to sample an assortment of tangy treats from mustard ice cream to mustard custard. >> yum. unlike its competing condiment, there are hundreds of varieties of mustard. as one mustard lover pointed out, ketchup is just ketchup. >> we'll be right back. [ wom nine iron it's almost tee-time... time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, ]e fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a new liquid gel. new zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. glad to see you finally got around to fixing that old clock. time to stop putting things off because time waits for no one. kind of like how you've been putting off calling about the colonial penn program? i know, i know but i did look at the information you gave me. you know they offer affordable life insurance for people aged 50 to 85 for less than 35 cents a day an
at indianapolis. what led to his tragic crash and how did this happen? in minutes. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. martha: this is a tragic story. a 13-year-old motorcycle racer died at indianapolis motor speedway, over the weekend. during a trial run, this young boy, peter lenz, fell off his bike and there are reports out there that he was waving, that he was down, and then was hit by one of the other motorcycle riders, a 12-year-old motorcycle rider in the race and, the young boy who was killed in all of this, he was from washington state, he was a rising star, in the world of motorcycle racing. >> the second rider, he hit him from behind, his bike flew up about 5 feet in the air, and they landed about 25, 30 feet, beyond him. martha: what an awful story this is, this is video taken from the web site and shows what it looked like, from the seat of his bike, the teenager took home several first place and top three fi
in texas. >>> if you're watching us on wthr 13 in indianapolis, indiana. old and new. edgy, not so edgy. indyfringe theater festival at the mass avenue cultural district. that's the event of the day. >> when is the l.a. time you went to the theater, bill karins. >> too long. >> too long? >> a long time ago. the last thing you saw? >> a play. i don't remember. >> you can't remember. >>> a look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. watch out, los angeles. by this time tomorrow, lindsey lohan may be a free woman. the judge will issue an order today, an order that could shorten her 90-day stay in rehab. the announcement after her lawyer made a surprise appearance for a meeting yesterday inside the judge's chambers. lohan will reportedly earn $1 million from "ok" magazine for her first post-jail interview. >>> super model baby is on the way. she tells spanish "vogue" she's four months pregnant. >>> $10 million and a sixth place finish. that's all it took for the producers of "piranha 3-d" to decide they're making a sequel. >>> and finally, 22-year-old mexican jimena navarette was cro
pittsburgh to indianapolis. wet on each end on i-95 and on i-10 along the gulf coast. flash flooding on i-15, 25 and 40 in the rockies. >> if you are flying today, expect airport delays in denver, chicago, detroit, new york, philadelphia, washington and new orleans. >>> and now, to the latest warning about dietary supplements. americans shelled out $27 billion on them last year. but "consumer reports" has just singled out 12 ingredients said to be linked to a string of health problems, from cancer to kidney damage. here, now, is lisa stark. >>> reporter: dietary supplements are a booming business. 150 million americans take them, but now a warning from "consumer reports" about ingredients that may hurt, not help. >> with the dozen supplements that we've identified, we think it's all risk and no benefit. >> reporter: what the magazine calls the dirty dozen are marketed for everything from weight loss to coughs to anxiety and depression and a host of other ailments. but "consumer reports" says each can have serious side effects. >> liver damage, liver failure, kidney damage, heart attacks. >>
at the vfw convention in indianapolis and the president is still on vacation, this week in martha's vineyard and when he gets back to washington, we understand, one of the first orders of business will be to address the nation, on the topic of iraq and these are pictures of him vacationing there, much more coming up on this issue of iraq, and what vice president joe biden will have to say coming up on "america's newsroom." gregg: the government warning that even more eggs may be recalled, the fda does not know exactly how the eggs or chickens were contaminated, adding that we could see more eggs pulled from the she was over the next several weeks. so far, there were 1300 reported salmonella poisonings linked to eggs, from two iowa farms and both farms share the very same suppliers of chickens, and feed, and they also have ties to an iowa business, with a history of violating state and federal laws. martha: back to one of the biggest stories of the summer, there is a new and dangerous voice in the mosque debated. according to reports, opposition over plans to build an islamic center near grou
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to die at indianapolis motor speedway, at 13 should he have been behind the wheel and should an adult make that call, this is a very controversial issue, and, all centers around the tragic loss of this little boy and we'll talk about it, coming up. "4 million drivers switched!" gecko water bottle... notebook... chamois... gecko: sir, i feel a little bit uncomfortable with all... you know... with all this. i mean, it's not about me. should be about how geico's the third-largest car insurance company in the nation. things like that. boss: oh, of course! we're not gonna get carried away. gecko: uh...yeah... all right as long as we don't overdo it. vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. so you think your kids are getting enough vegetables? yeah, maybe not. v8 v-fusion juice gives them a full serving of vegetables plus a full serving of fruit. but it just tastes like fruit. v8. what's your number? martha: new polls out this morning show republicans have taken an unprecedented lead, this is a gallup -- gallup poll, as we head into election seaso
with the kardashians" -- >> indianapolis, we love you! >> oh, my gosh! >> you have a better looking vagina than i thought. skbl >> what? >> do you get any extra tickets for playoff games? >> do you guys like dogs over meat. >> so i can teach you to swim? >> yeah. >> it's just funny to see a point guard who can't swim. >> you are the only single one. >> yeah. >> okay. ♪ don't worry about the future >> this is kim's new bodyguard. >> someone wanted to get with you. >> he plays football. >> i don't want to date another football player. >> who cares? >> miles austin. >> it was the best kiss ever, you guys. >> are you still with scott? >> what about your sense of working on the relationship? >> i need to be cautious. i don't want to just let him back in the house. >> my wish would be to get the hell away from her family. >> so kourt, are you moving to new york? >> she's going to leave us. >> if we're together, you don't text other [ bleep ] whores. >> this feels really good. >> you're hitting on him as much as he's hitting on you. >> that's going way too far. >> i don't want my wife fooling around w
, 98 and indianapolis, 94. 90s from new york to new orleans. 70 in seattle. 88 in boise and 107 in phoenix. >>> and when we come back this morning, a whole new business. >> the newest recall from honda affecting hundreds of thousands of cars. >>> on top of that trouble for one flight attendant who was first off of his flight by pulling the emergency slide. details coming up. hi, may i help you? yes, i hear progressive has lots of discounts on car insurance. can i get in on that? are you a safe driver? yes. discount! do you own a home? yes. discount! are you going to buy online? yes! discount! isn't getting discounts great? yes! there's no discount for agreeing with me. yeah, i got carried away. happens to me all the time. helping you save money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. it helps to eat calcium-rich foods like yogurt, spinach, and cheese. but calcium, vitamin d and exercise may not be enough to keep your bones strong. so ask your doctor about once-monthly boniva. boniva works with your body to help stop and reverse bone loss. studies show, after one year on
, indianapolis and columbus. scattered showers from pittsburgh to new england. showers along the gulf coast. heavy downpours could cause flooding from new mexico to wyoming. >> 96 in boise. mostly 80s along the pacific coast. a windy 86 in the twin cities. and 91 in detroit. upper 80s in new york and boston. 96 in atlanta. 95 in the big easy. and 104 in dallas. >>> visitors are pouncing on a wildlife park in germany to get a glimpse of its new, noisy residents. >> four, rare white tiger cubs made their public debut yesterday. they are kind of cute. the cubs born 2 1/2 weeks ago were given their first medical exam. and they didn't take it lying down. instead they meowed loudly, as the vets did in fact give them a clean bill of health. >> they weigh about nine pounds. they are still waiting to be named. >>> we'll be right back. hó if you fight to sleep in the middle of the night, why go one more round ? you don't need a rematch, but a rethink. with lunesta. lunesta is thought to interact with gaba receptors associated with sleep. lunesta helps you get the restful sleep you need. lunesta has
in atlanta. 94 in indianapolis. around 90 for much of the northeast. 94 in salt lake city. 92 in albuquerque. and 109 in phoenix. >>> well, a long-legged beauty is strutting her stuff in the city of brotherly love. >> we're talking about this six-footer, two-week-old baby giraffe at the philadelphia zoo. she's the first baby born to the zoo's giraffe couple. she is the first giraffe born there in 13 years. mom is keeping a close eye. but dad has been separated, for now, so he can't accidentally harm the newborn. >> fans are now getting a chance to name the baby. they can cast their vote at the zoo's website. i've never seen a baby giraffe. they look exactly the same. don't they? shrunk. >>> we'll be back with more. [ female announcer ] switch to swiffer sweeper, but don't worry, he'll find someone else. ♪ who's that lady? ♪ who's that lady? ♪ sexy lady , ♪ who's that lady? [ female announcer ] swiffer sweeper's electrostatic dry cloths attract and lock dirt, dust, and hair on contact to clean 50% more than a broom. swiffer gives cleaning a whole new meaning. ♪ ouch! ow! oops! it's
in this economy, muncie, anderson here in indianapolis, indiana. people are hurting they know we can't borrow, spend and bail our way back to a growing economy. they want to see this administration take a dramatic step in the direction of preserving and promoting tax relief that will create jobs, embracing fiscal discipline. and abandoning this job-killing agenda, suggesting card check, passing cap and trade, maybe in the lame duck they continue to advance. fret get one of the problems is regretly the is a product of the american psyche. if we are all excited and think we are on the road to recovery chances are we are going to spend. if everyone talks about doom and gloom and we see existing house sales plummet 27%, it is hard to get us all sort of whooped up so we go out and buy. besides the usual tax program, extending the bush tax cuts that i know the republican party wants. what is it that you could do to turn it around? people truly are hurting. quickly, we need to turn stuff around for people. >> look, the enemy of our prosperity is uncertainty. i had a small business jobs forum in ande
. hours earlier in indianapolis, a masked man opened fire at a birthday party with an assault- style rifle. he killed two people and wounded six before fleeing. some of the wildfires in western russia are burning out of control. that word came today from the country's top emergency official. he appealed for more manpower. 10,000 firefighters already are battling fires in more than a dozen western provinces. at least 40 people have been killed and nearly 2,000 homes destroyed. in southern iraq, a car bomb tore through an outdoor market, killing at least 15 people and wounding 60. and attackers in baghdad killed five iraqi soldiers and left an al qaeda flag behind. it's the second such incident in less than a week. in afghanistan, insurgents tried and failed to storm the kandahar air field, nato's largest base in the south. >> there were two attacks. and then five suicide bombers. (inaudible) we are now cleaning up after the attack. >> holman: the taliban claimed responsibliity for the attack. and nato reported one of its soldiers was killed in eastern afghanistan. his nationality was not gi
when he makes that speech. meanwhile, vice president bizen will address it in indianapolis. alex. >> okay. what's been on tap for the president this vacation thus far? it seems low profile. >> reporter: low profile and out of sight of the press. we saw the president on his first full day here, i believe it was friday. he went to a bookstore where he got an advanced copy of "freedom." he was there with his daughter that is day. the first lady went out for ice cream with malia and sasha. a picnic on the south side of the island on the beach. no pictures, no press, no cameras. very low key. aids said the president is trying to recharge his battery. he's doing so out of sight. this morning, got a little rain here. it's not stopped the president. he's on the golf course. >> that makes a good time for coffee and reading the newspaper inside and watching msnbc. >> reporter: absolutely. >> see you, again, thank you. >>> the mystery of a missing vincent van gogh. poppy flous or vase with flowers was stolen yesterday. then apparently found. now, officials say it's still missing. what's up
it to 9/11 indianapolis to -- families who you can't get past it. >> it's been 21 years. the last couple years when i do talks and keep the pressure on our government, i say that's it. then i receive a phone call and say now what? last year, kadafi wanted to live thee towns away from me when he came to the you u.n. >> that's right. >> the release of al-megrahi. now they're saying maybe he'll live two to ten more years. if he dies in five months we'll be back at it again. >> neil: would you have any closure if the guy just died? >> no, not at this point. because i would be concerned about finding out how he got released. it's important the hearings take place. i don't hold out much hope. schumer loves the camera and now that this isn't going well, you don't see him. mendez is yelling cuba is repressive because they want to win the florida election. gillibrand has no clue what's going on and they're all democrats. so they're going to yell at a democratic president to have the hearing. that's what they should do and cameron is this dean investigation in the united kingdom. to make the state
belt city. fort wayne -- we are equidistance between indianapolis and detroit. as a rust belt city in 200, we were challenged with a recession -- in 2000, so one of the initiatives we started as an end result of convening small business owners is the initiative of what if we could say that ford wayne had the very best broadband assets of any city in the country? how would that improved services? it watered and inspired -- the phrase d insprieired started it. and that particular period, 2000, the crime issue was important. economic issues did not have quite the impact because the recession was just starting. we convened a broadband summit. we found away to put out a request for proposals or round of wireless broadband to help our public safety professionals and be able to do more patrolling and less paperwork. early on, this is commonplace now, we were able to connect an entrepreneur that bid on that contract to make available stations for that network. at that time, the infrastructure was not as well developed. that led us to the over the course of seven years, reduce our violent c
the sweat. about the 49ers wrapping up practice. preseason opener a couple of weeks away in indianapolis against the colts august 15th. a lot of buzz here in santa clara and across the nation all about jerry rice. just a few day as way from being inducted into the pro football hall of fame in canton, ohio. jerry rice inducted on saturday. jerry, not just a from football legend here in the bay area but a huge part of the community. he's been to the bay area, been in the bay area since moving from mississippi 25 years ago. here's jarry. >> the bay area's so special to me because of, you know, just this is my, this is my history. getting drafted by the san francisco 49ers, this country boy coming to the big city, and then to have the city to welcome me with open arms. and being able to go out and entertain so many people on that given sunday or monday, during the super bowl. my legacy is here in san francisco. you know i have so many great fans and i just love the city. >> reporter: special time for jerry rice and all of the 49er fans this saturday in canton, ohio. as we wrap it up, going t
at the indianapolis speedway. a 13-year-old was killed. he crashed during a warm up lap yesterday and was hit by another rider. he was taken to the hospital but later died from his injuries. no one else was hurt. track officials say the boy is the youngest racer killed there. >>> some military families want congress to investigate a drug prescribed to soldiers and veterans who have trouble sleeping because of post traumatic stress disorder. the drug is dangerous and they say the compost is not being up front about the risk. >>> the world's first tests for stem cell therapy are set to move forward despite a ruling to cut off federal funding. last month the fda gave the green light to study patients partially paralyze by spinal chord injuries. they are looking to see if it restores sensation. >> 5:46. paris hilton could be facing drug possession charges. police say she was riding in her boyfriend's car on the vegas strip last friday. they were pulled over after a motorcycle cop says he smelled marijuana smoke coming from her car. after checking her purse police say they found the bag of cocaine
-year-old motorcycle racer at the indianapolis speedway. his name was peter lentz and died yesterday after wiping up before a warmup lap on a race. he was run over by another rider who was 12 years old. he's the youngest to ever die on that same speedway. >> all right. seven time cy young award winner roger clemens will be arraigned in washington, d.c. that will be at 2:00 eastern today. the six count indictment accuses him of lying to congress when he claims he never used steroids or h.g.h., human growth hormones. if convicted, clemens faces between 15 and 21 months behind bars and he has that civil suit looming if he pleads guilty or cuts a deal. >> he has a few issues. >> the imam behind the proposed mosque near ground zero said election year politics are to blame for the fueling of the islamic center. in an interview with the paper, rauf blames a tiny minority for leading the opposition. rauf compared the struggle of muslims to america to the earlier struggles of jews and cathol catholic immigrants. he made the comments during a taxpayer funded trip to the middle east. >> canadi
to ktla, and they were able to put our graphic on the air, and that would go to indianapolis, in indianapolis with then send it out, and it would go out on satellite -- and indianapolis would then send that out. we still do not have any microwave capabilities. our receivers are down. so we are relying on a satellite truck. i am real proud of the product we are putting out. is it jazzy like the rest of the guys? no, but the heart is there, and we are telling the story of new orleans coming back. >> sandy, you have an emergency plan, but it is one thing to talk about it. >> it is, and they sort of sit on the shelf for a year, and one thing that we learned is that you have to revisit it, and there are things that come into play that you do not think about. you do not think about, what am i going to do what my staff has nowhere to go home to prove those are the things -- nowhere to go home to? these are the things. but we have a plan in place. it is one thing to say on paper that we are going to hunker down in new orleans, but it was something very different. we ended up, half of
for monday. you will be dropping down 16 degrees in kansas city. 12 in indianapolis. 8 in cincinnati. 6 in little rock. look at that. 10 degrees cooler than you were in oklahoma city. it is going to help a lot. we have heat today across parts of the west. feeling like the triple digits for you in seattle and portland. and we are also watching the tropics. believe it or no. remember tv number 5? >> i do. >> trying to make a comeback. diving southward towards the gulf of mexico. i will have more details on this coming up in a half hour. >> that's a huge concern considering they are trying to kill this -- >> relief well operations. it could be impacting that. >> jacqui, we will check back in with you in a second. let's check the top stories. a massachusetts man in prison for alleged attacks tied to the popular website craigslist. he was found dead in his prison cell. police believe that he committed suicide. philip markoff is charged with shooting a woman healingly met on craigslist. >>> u.s. marshals are focusing on canada if the search for a fugitive inmate from arizona. john mccluskey w
. >> shepard: the house speaker indianapolis pelosi called lawmakers back from their summer vacation and they got the job done. the house passed a 26 billion-dollar bill today designed to help states keep teachers and other workers on the payroll. most republicans voted against it along with a few democrats. the senate passed its version last week and president obama signed it into law this afternoon. >> it will help states avoid laying off police officers, firefighters, nurses, and first responders. and it will save the jobs of teachers like the ones who are standing with me today. >> here we have yet another bailout bill. we have bailed out chrysler, g.m., fannie, freddie, the major banks, people who bought too much home and couldn't afford it and now we're going to bail out the states. >> shepard: republicans accused democrats of giving a gift to the unions right before the congressional elections. rich edison from the fox business network is live in washington tonight. what exactly is in this bill, rich? >> well, shep, billions to state governments to help them close budget gaps.
. a 13-year-old motorcycle racer killed in a crash at the indianapolis motor speedway. his name was peter lengths. here is a picture. he reportedly fell off his bike during a warm-up lap for a race yesterday. another motorcycle racer hit him. we have video of peter on his bike from his web site. he is the youngest rider ever killed at the speedway. a spokesman for the united states grand prix racer's association says the teens who race know what they are doing. >> we have been racing at almost every single track in the country. big tracks, small tracks. you name it these kids have proven time and time again that their skills, their training, their background and everything have proven that these guys are more than ready for a track like this. >> shepard: well, the union reports it will review its safety rules but will not conduct a formal investigation into the death of 13-year-old peter lentz she claims the purse was not hers. the arrest report says it was. she is paris hilton and back with johnny law. talk about trouble, the entire east coast keeping an eye on hurricane you recall. -- e
indianapolis down to new orleans, houston, columbia, south carolina. we're talking about dangerous heat, heat warnings, heat advisories, upper level high. we have a cold front and we also have the jet stream way to the north but the cold front dips down as does the jet stream so that brings relief. temperatures will feel like 111 in st. louis. 109 in tulsa. 103 in cincinnati but by friday that front drops down and we get a little relief down to 87 in cincinnati. 91 in st. louis. little rock will feel a little cooler with the temperature of 97. >> we will see some scattered showers and thunderstorms off and on as we head to the day today. it will be a muggy day. high temperatures and the low 90s. ♪ somebody call 911 >>> this morning on "today's money 911" advice for your financials. jean chatzky, the author of "money 911," dylan ratigan the host of "the dylan ratigan show" on msnbc, and sharon epperson, cnbc's financial correspondent. we have tamron hall outside fielding questions and infecting the crowd. so good morning, everybody. are you all ready? >> ready to go. >> we have melissa stand
breast buds was a little alarming. >> reporter: but she's visiting from indianapolis. her grandmother was also concerned so they took the 6- year-old to see an endocrinologist who took a bone scan and is referring the little girl to the mayo clinic. >> they did some lab work testing the glands. they did check the pa true taker gland. >> reporter: the study found breast development at the age of 7 in 10% of the white girls surveyed, 23% of the black girls and 15% of hispanic girls. dr. gail bland at howard university hospital says it could mean trouble for young girls down the line. >> early cases of breast cancer, uterine cancer. these are things that people are thinking that this may be a problem later on in life. >> reporter: why the young girls are developing early is a mystery to the experts but there are a lot of theories. >> one being that the girls are heavier now. two, maybe the environment that we're living in. >> reporter: in addition to concerns that overweight children are more predisposed to early puberty, some researchers are speculating that chemicals used on lawns and
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at 97 degrees. hey, just heard from kim coyle. she is in indianapolis. and she sent me this picture. it's raining. it's hot. it's humid. and she just saw the state capital there. keep the photos coming to cbs5.com. have a great weekend. >> thank you, roberta. >>> coming up on eyewitness news at 10:00 on the cw and at 11:00 on cbs 5, we all know how a gambling addiction can destroy lives. now there is a new way for those with a problem to put the brakes on it. how a troubled gambler can get banned from the table with a brief moment of clarity. that's tonight at 10:00 and 11:00. >>> and coming up in sports, the padres respond to jonathan sanchez's sweet guarantee and the reason for glen coffee's retirement after one nfl season. ,,,,,,,, welcome to the world of lovaza, where nature meets science. if you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure or diabetes, you may also have very high triglycerides -- too much fat in the blood. it's a serious medical condition. lovaza, along with diet, effectively lowers very high triglycerides in adults but has not been shown to prevent heart attacks or
on our broadcast this morning. there was a tragedy over the weekend at the indianapolis motor speedway. as people work their way up the ranks there are always these levels of competition. this is for teenagers. motorcycle racers. they are going over 100 miles an hour. this young guy loses control and there he is, he is saying, look, i within the over my handle bars but i'm okay. look out for me, i'm okay. and then as the pack caught up, unfortunately, he ended up dying. we are going to speak to some fans who were eyewitness to that crash. plus a quick-thinking subway motorman here in new york city stops his train as he is coming into the station just in the nick of time. wow, what a story. we have him in the studio. mrs. a complete wrap-up of last night's prime time emmys, who won, who should have won. and who looked good doing it. because isn't that really the most important thing? >> absolutely. >> excellent. sounds like a great show. see you at 7:00, harry. >> thanks, harry. >>> a check of today's top stories when we come back. >> and an air guitar champ is crowned. today's top stor
on the republican live from indianapolis. you are on the air. caller: yes, this is bill. from indianapolis. i called you the other day about this young man talking to you on the phone. he calls in all the time. he is a republican, he is a democrat, he is an independent, he is from 15 different towns up he is from 15 different towns up in michigan, he tells you different -- 15 different names. he sounds like a very intelligent man but how can you believe anything he says when he calls with 15 different names, 15 different cities in michigan and he calls all the time and you guys just let them, let him, let him. host: bill, i know it is a -- not a perfect system. we are working on it and have tried to identify the caller. obviously he puts a lot of effort in getting past the system that we set up to catch people who call in before 30 days. we need to allow 30 days between the phone calls. i am going to go to paul, independent line, orlando, florida. caller: good morning, greta. i love c-span. i am a c-span junkie. but i am calling -- bill is spot on. i hear people calling this thing i have been trying
that. host: we will go to bill on the republican line in indianapolis. caller: yes. this is bill from indianapolis. your first caller that called in this morning -- yes, your first caller, he calls in just about every day. his name is hank one day, independent, jeff, next that, he is a democrat, one day he is a republican. he calls and, that obama, he is such a great man, such a great president. and you guys let him go on and on and on every day. build a commentator is the only one who will call people down from calling in every day. and you guys have a 30-day -- host: i apologize. i did not recognize his voice this morning. i am getting a note from the producer saying it has been handled. but if that is the case, you are right. we do ask people to wait 30 days. my apologize -- my apologies for not recognizes -- recognizing his voice. with selected, and on the issue? caller: if no, i just got upset. but i watch every morning and i enjoy the program and meet you said around and let the same guy call. host: hawaii, go ahead. caller: i believe the first caller the guy just criticized, wh
. that is the only comment i have to say about that. host: we will go to bill on the republican line in indianapolis. caller: yes. this is bill from indianapolis. your first caller that called in this morning -- yes, your first caller, he calls in just about every day. his name is hank one day, independent, jeff, next that, he is a democrat, one day he is a republican. he calls and, that obama, he is such a great man, such a great president. and you guys let him go on and on and on every day. build a commentator is the only one who will call people down from calling in every day. and you guys have a 30-day -- host: i apologize. i did not recognize his voice this morning. i am getting a note from the producer saying it has been handled. but if that is the case, you are right. we do ask people to wait 30 days. my apologize -- my apologies for not recognizes -- recognizing his voice. with selected, and on the issue? caller: if no, i just got upset. but i watch every morning and i enjoy the program and meet you said around and let the same guy call. host: hawaii, go ahead. caller: i believe the first ca
in the united states of america. it makes no sense to me in indianapolis where the same report reported that 19% of the african-american boys graduated from high school, that that school system is allowed to exist and people are allowed to be employed by that. when we look in the new england states, a state like maine, where you have 70 or 80% of the african males graduated. what we're seeing around the country is that there are successful models where they can graduate african-american males in the same cities where they can't. when the only option that the parents are is a horrible, failing school system, then you can put all of the work you want in, at the back end, 47% of the african-american males graduates, i bet some 50% of those are reading four or five grade levels behind. >> back to that, the program that they haufr in new jersey, these free preschool classes, and the fact that it's full time and they start early on, and they have a curriculum. what is happening there that's contributing to the successful graduation rates? >> new jersey schools as a state -- new jersey's public school
the various political faction that's rack. he predicted today in his speech in indianapolis that in fact in the not that distant future so there has been an impasse and political limbo, some time in the future those political differences will be resolved and the united states will continue its draw down but will not completely leafy rack as a matter of policy or u.s. forces. let's listen briefly to the vice president. >> i'm absolutely confident that iraq will form a national unity government that will be able to sustain that country. one more thing, drawing down our troops in iraq does not mean we are disengaging. >> reporter: that's an interesting point, rick, and jenna, because yesterday the commanding u.s. general in iraq said if the iraqis asked the united states to stay after the scheduled removal of all u.s. forces in 2011 the u.s. would consider that. the administration officials i've talked to says that is not signaling a new strategy, but it does open a bit of a window. rick: it's been five months now since iraq's national elections. how concerned is the white house about the r
on iraq. indianapolis tomorrow speaking to veterans of foreign war. significant speeches on the importance not only from a policy perspective but the politics of the president promising when was a candidate and then completing as a president the u.s. combat drawdown from iraq. much work remains to be done. it will be interesting to see how vice president biden appraises the work of the iraqis who have still produced no unified central government for iraq. that is one of the principal tasks that the president gave vice president bid biden to bee u.s. interlocutor. if that work remains undone, the security situation in iraq is likely to remain perilous and the residual force of u.s. forces to be there only in a support role could find themselves because of renewed sectarian violence closer to jeopardy than the united states would be comfortable with or expect if there were a stable democratic iraqi government. back to you. >> shannon: thank you for the update. try to stay dry there. >> i will, thanks,. >> shannon: the last phase of a new federal law that puts restrictions on credit card inte
. >> phoenix climbs to 107. sacramento 89. 90s in omaha, kansas city and indianapolis. 103 in dallas. and 92 in new orleans. 80s in boston, new york, and atlanta. >>> more than 100 families in south carolina are making waves for a good cause. >> they hit the beach along with a special camp for autistic children. the group called surfers healing pairs professionals with kids so they can appreciate the sport. the group's founder says the children living with autism respond to the water in a magical kind of way. >> that's a great idea. parents say it's incredible to see how the kids calm down. some of them as you can imagine cry as first but 99% of them eventually get it and you can see by the smiles there they enjoy it. >> we'll be right back with more after this. diabetics on medicare! i'm a diabetic and i want you to know over 230,000 u.s. their diabetic supplies through liberty medical. and that begins with the one touch ultra 2 meter. easy to use, fast results... at no additional cost! liberty helps keep you on track by delivering diabetic supplies to your door...and filing your claims. i
albuquerque to boise. indianapolis 84. kansas city 81. dallas 99. it's 72 here in new york. and 70 in boston. >>> you might say it was a match made in heaven. a houston couple that seemed destined to be together from day one. >> matt johnson and samantha green were born on the same day, the same year, at the same hospital. they were even delivered by the same doctor. they met 15 years later while attending the same high school. >> oh, wow. matt and samantha are now 23 years old. they now have one more thing in common, their wedding date. the couple just got married over the weekend. congrats to them. >> hopefully they're not twins separated at birth. we'll be back with more "world news now." >>> hurricane danielle has formed far off the atlantic coast but it is not expected to make landfall. >> 18 years ago, though, hurricane andrew did make landfall. it absolutely blasted south florida and was the third most powerful cat 5 storm in american history. from the "abc news vault," coverage from august 24th, 1992. >> reporter: a force of nature. erratic. deadly. and florida was just the beginning
99 in phoenix. mostly 90s from omaha to indianapolis. 92 in boston. 96 in new york. and upper 80s from atlanta to new orleans. >>> and now to other news. there is little reaction from the u.s. government about the arrest of two men who took a united airlines flight from chicago to amsterdam. however, law enforcement sources tell abc news the men have been charged with preparation of a terrorist attack. brian ross has details. >> in custody in the netherlands are two men, both natives of yemen, who lived in the u.s. legally. ahmed mohamed al soofi and hasan al murisi. started their flights at birmingham yesterday. flew to chicago o'hare and then changed plans right at o'hare but sent their bags on in a separate flight. they flew to the netherlands but the bags were going on to dubai. and with what was in the bags that concerns law enforcement authorities. the security of people in birmingham realized that al soofi had $7,000 in cash, bulky clothing. in addition, in the bags cell phones taped to a pepto-bismol bottle, a mock explosive. that's what the fbi is saying tonight. three ot
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